byBurroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950; A.C. McClurg & Company. pbl; W.F. Hall Printing Company. prt
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Jungle Tales of Tarzan Library of Congress Classifications: PS, PZ Topics: Adventure stories, Africa -- Fiction, Apes -- Fiction, Fantasy fiction, Jungles -- Fiction, Tarzan... Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/106
TARZAN, Mighty Hunter, Mighty Fighter! Tarzan the Invincible, embroiled in a thrilling Red plot for the domination of savage Africa. Here, in his own grim jungle and in the wild wastes of mysterious Abyssinia, he meets high adven-tureâwith cruel, relentless, unscru-pulous enemies. Here, swinging through the giant forests with Tarzan, you will meet new friends and old. Zora Drinov, the beautiful Russian conspirator, will puzzle you to the last. You will like Wayne Colt, the American, and you... Topics: Tarzan, jungle, Africa
Called from his home in the African jungle to great adventure, Tarzan of the Apes summons his Waziri spearmen and joins the Jason Gridley expedition to seek the artic opening in the earthâs surface that leads to the inner world of Pellucidar. Sailing by airship, they glide almost imperceptibly from the world that we know to the strange and terrifying land that lies beneath the earthâs crust. There, where time does not exist, where neither Tarzanâs jungle lore nor the charts of scientists are... Topics: Tarzan, jungle, Africa, Inner Earth
This paper examines several language learning and teaching experiences described in the literary works of Burroughs's "Tarzan of the Apes," Shakespeare's "Henry V," Scott's "The Jewel in the Crown," and Alcott's "Little Women." In all cases, the language being learned was not necessary for daily activities, yet each case demonstrates that language learning is more than learning pieces of lexicon or grammar. Learning is cultural and personal in context;... Topics: ERIC Archive, Descriptive Writing, Discourse Modes, English Literature, French, German, Language...
"Published in All-Story Weekly magazine in late 1915, early 1916, Polaris of the Snows was one of the first and most successful scientific romances in the tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs hugely successful Tarzan novels. The parallels between the two series were obvious to readers of the time, from the distinctive names of the heroes, to their fabulous strength, extending even to their titles - Tarzan of the Apes compared to Polaris of the Snows. Still, despite the similarities to the... Topics: pulp fiction, lost world, superhuman
Edgar Rice Burroughs Big Little Books or Better Little Books: 1. Tarzan Dell 005-Hal Foster-1st story (72 pages) 2. The Illustrated Tarzan_Book # 13 3. Tarzan Stories - 6 Short Stories 4. The Return of Tarzan - Edgar Rice Burroughs - BLB #1102 (1936) 5. Tarzan and The Jewels of Opar - Edgar Rice Burroughs - BLB 6. The Beasts of Tarzan - Edgar Rice Burroughs - BLB 7. The Son of Tarzan - Edgar Rice Burroughs - BLB 8. Tarzan and the Lost Empire - Edgar Rice Burroughs BLB 9. Tarzan and the Golden... Topics: Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan, John Carter, Big Little Book, Better Little Book
Starlog Magazine Issue 264 23rd Anniversary Issue Forbidden Doctor: Warren Stevens remembers life on Forbidden Planet Inside the Menace: Producer Rick McCallum chronicles the Star Wars Let's Get Shagadelic: It's Austin Powers, baby, out to battle the sinister Dr. Evil Art of the Apeman: See Tarzan leap into amazing action on this gatefold poster Director of the Apes: Kevin Lima & Chris Buck are animating the jungle legend The Writing of the West: It was wild for scribes Jeffrey Price and... Topics: Starlog, magazine, science fiction, pop culture, Warren Stevens, Forbidden Planet, Rick McCallum,...